I'm too tired to remember who's booth this was but I loved how it was set up. I loved the quilts, the suitcase and the little house. Thanks to John I found out this was the Sweetwater booth. Oops.
I didn't mingle much with the Moda people but I really did want to get the Moda Bakeshop book since it is starring a friend of mine as well as some other fantastic people I met at market.
I stood in line to get the book and I'm so glad I did.
I had it signed by these fantastic people. Kim is my good friend 2nd from left. I met the others and Vanessa in the middle was so fun. I loved meeting John as well.
I love a signed book.
One booth I didn't show yet had the most remarkable colors. I just loved everything.
I really liked this quilt. It remanded me of hex signs. I would like to make one similarly.
This is Bunny Hill's booth. I didn't really get a good chance to talk to her but it was fun to have a few sightings.
This is from a great teacher, Jeana Kimball. I took a class from her and I am happy to see she's still working hard. I only use Jeana's needles.
In addition to taking a class on modern quilting and meeting Jacquie, I really enjoyed seeing many modern quilts.
Loved this little dress made from what could be wallpaper fabric. I didn't make a note of who it was made by.
Another quilt I liked.
Loved Quilt Soup stuff. And I bought this bag pattern. More about that later.
So next post will be about parties. They were all fun. I met great people and we had a wonderful time.